Older couple having fun in kayak

Enjoy the freedom of a natural lifestyle

Smell that air. Reach for that cloud. Take in yet another sunset.
Dawson’s Landing is a community that’s been specially created to allow families to experience a close connection with nature. There’s always something to do, from swimming, skating, and fishing at the lake to picnicking in the future eco-park while learning about wetland preservation. And it’s all as little as 22 minutes from downtown Calgary or the airport.

Woodlen Walkway through treed and wetland area


the wonder of the future wetland.

Live within walking distance of almost 30 acres of protected future wetland. Your family will never grow tired of exploring the low-impact trails, pathways, boardwalk, and viewing areas near your new home. Signage will provide educational information on wetland rehabilitation and preservation as well as on environmental sustainability, so you’ll always be learning while you play.

Three boys playing on path by wetland

22.78 Acres

Environmental Reserve

Dog at picnic
Man and woman with bikes in front of lake sunset


indoors for more opportunities to play.

Dawson’s Landing will be the home of Chestermere’s next future designated regional recreation facility, offering a wide range of indoor activities. Serving the Chestermere region, the facility will offer something for everyone, so the entire family can enjoy playing sports, taking classes, and staying healthy, fit, and engaged in life.

Little Girl excited

Life & Nature

Balanced living

Women at flower nursery
Father walking son to school with backpack on


free in open

Dawson’s Landing is designed with an integrated open space network, providing more space than other communities. In about five minutes, your family can use the network to walk to many destinations, such as the future eco-park, recreational facility, school sites (there are sites for two future schools), and various parks.

Woman looking backward

5 Minute

Walk to Amenities

Father and two daughters on the beach by water
Man alone in a kayak